I'm 22, male, in the great rainy state of Washington. I play music, mostly guitar and drums. Ride motorcycles, build big trucks. The usual. Just reading right now. No writing yet. I like reading FF8 and FFX, Trigun, Cowboy Bebop and Blue Gender. I'd read more but I'm sure I would get them mixed up and put the wrong characters in the wrong stories. Feel free to email me, I'm always willing to chat.
Hmm...it's been over two years since I've updated this...guess now would be a good time.
I'm 24 and I live in California kind of near San Francisco. I work for Hare Racing as a motorcycle mechanic and I'm trying to get back into college so I can continue to work on my astrophysics degree. I'm going to get shot into space and that's final. I still haven't written anything...atleast, nothing that I've posted. My thoughts are still too random to form a story. I'm working on it though. I still love to read FF8, FFX, Trigun, Cowboy Bebop and Blue Gender. Mostly FF8 and Trigun.
If anyone is wondering what to read next I would most definitely point you toward the Diamond Dust Trilogy by Cobray(Formerly Pierson) By far some of the most impressive writing I've ever seen. Also his story Fifty Days is simply amazing. Another one right up there at the top of the list is Somewhere In Between by Ashbear and Wayward. This story is still in progress and I don't think there are many things I look forward to more than reading the next chapter of this beautiful fic. One last story that I'd like to mention before I pass out on my keyboard(I'm up way too late. Gotta work in six hours.) is After the Fall by Girl.Interpreted. The plot and character's personalities are portrayed wonderfully here. I've just started it and I can tell I'm going to be obsessed with this one all the way to the end. Don't pass this one by.
As always, feel free to send me a message. I'd love to talk about whatever.
And yet time for another update. I'm 26, back in Washington and have completed another two years of school toward my astrophysics degree. Not much has changed in the last couple of years. I still like reading the same things and I still haven't been able to unscramble my thoughts enough to write much of anything.